Really, till about three weeks back, there wasn't much that one would have hoped from LSD. However, a terrific title song coupled with some eye catchy promos and very good publicity means that audience is indeed aware about LSD. Now that's a good enough sign in the times when so many films are vying for audience attention in weeks to follow. Anything close to (expected) 50% opening would be a win for this small budget affair.
Similar response for Shaapit would indeed make Vikram Bhatt happy who is offering this film as third in the trilogy of his horror films after Raaz and 1920. Though the promotion has been lukewarm and the songs too have hardly caught on, the horror genre coupled with good track record of Vikram Bhatt when it comes to 'selling fears' means that there would be some decent foot falls for the film. The fact here though is that the film has to work really hard based on word of mouth because weeks to come would again have 3-4 releases every Friday.
As for Lahore, it is a much delayed film and has an unknown cast and crew backing it up. Also the subject is quite niche (kick boxing). Yes, the film looks exciting (courtesy, its well cut promos) but too much of crowd means that from the opening standpoint, one can't be hopeful of anything more than 20%-30%. As for Sushant Singh starrer Idiot Box, even this would be quite a challenge. Yet another delayed film, its promos (even though funny at places) indicate that the treatment too has stayed true to the title with the film seemingly made for TV audience only. Don't expect anything at the box office here!